Student Support Services re-ups its offerings

Student Support Services is undergoing a lot of change lately, with the most publicized shift being a change in name. Student Support Services is now Student Disability Services.…

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2016 marks tenth year for UMBC’s MDQuit program
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2016 marks tenth year for UMBC’s MDQuit program

On Jan. 21, 2016 UMBC’s Maryland Quitting Use and Initiation of Tobacco program held its 10th Annual Best Practices Conference. The event focused on tobacco cessation during the past…

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UMBC professor develops blood-clotting agent to help wounded soldiers
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UMBC professor develops blood-clotting agent to help wounded soldiers

Erin Lavik, chemical, biochemical and environmental engineering professor at UMBC, along with members of the Lavik Lab, a lab which collaborates with UMBC, have developed a blood-clotting agent…

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Breaking ground on the Retriever Event Center

UMBC has announced that beginning in early February, the university will begin constructing the Retriever Event Center, an advanced athletics venue and multi-use facility. The new facility is…

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UMBC bans hoverboards and drones
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UMBC bans hoverboards and drones

A recent decision made by UMBC’s Office of Environmental Safety and Health has led to a campus-wide ban on hoverboards and drones. This decision was made in response…

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The blizzard’s passed, but the roads aren’t clear: what’s available or operating on campus?
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The blizzard’s passed, but the roads aren’t clear: what’s available or operating on campus?

On Sunday, Jan. 24, UMBC announced that campus will be closed Saturday the 23 and Sunday the 24. Furthermore, the move-in date for residents will be postponed to January…

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